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IEEE Tech Talk: Getting Started with Systems Engineering and Requirements Management

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In today's engineering environment the need for requirements and requirements management is a given. Any industry can benefit from the use of Systems Engineering. Good requirements help keep projects on track, ensure the needs of the customer/user are met, and provide a baseline for the V&V team. A good process and tool can prevent scope creep as changes are managed and traced. This talk will describe best practices in getting started with requirements management tools. While many tools are introduced as silver bullets, the reality is that the introduction of a process and tool takes time and effort to learn and impacts processes. Schedules will likely expand and not compress on the first project to use a tool. I'll walk through an example of how introducing SE can help a company focus on results and create an efficient process to document projects and build the required deliverables.
Co-sponsored by: Seattle University Student Chapter
Speaker(s): Paul Kostek
Agenda:
5.30 PM to 6.00 PM Networking and Dinner
6.00 PM to 6.50 PM Techtalk
Room: Room # Stuart T. Rolfe Community Room , Bldg: Admissions and Alumni Building,, Seattle University, 824 12th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, Seattle, Washington, United States, 98122, Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/420698

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